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NBC
Oct 1, 2012 2:00am PDT
can. and we're their last resort. >> and it isn't just hang here. for the first time in u.s. history, there are more poor people living in the suburbs than in cities. among them millions of formerly middle class families who are relying on safety net services for the very first time. >> when a number of families access that financial assistance from us, they meet with a support services coordinator that kind of helps explore how we can help support them so they can reach self-sufficiency and will no longer need services. >> it's all about writing a road map in self-sufficiency. >> yes. >> they are able to help with next month's rent. and with the holidays around the corner, some christmas gifts for the kids. >> i'm grateful for it, i really am. but there's also an unbelievable sadness because i have to ask for help. i want to be able to do it on my own. i want to be the one who's able to help somebody else, not the one who needs to ask for help. >> joyce's emotional decent into poverty is just beginning. and there will be many more moments of sadness and humiliation to come. >> i was
NBC
Oct 1, 2012 2:50am EDT
, richard is on location and has some shocking news from the u.s. department of energy. >> thanks, jane. this report on home heating from the department of energy says that the average american home may be getting only half the heat you're paying for. now we're going to put the department of energy document number up on the screen so you folks at home can look it up online. but i'm quoting from the report now. and then it goes on to conclude that... >> jane: wow, richard, if that's the bad news, what's the good news? >> well, the good news is i'm here with a very special guest who is a certified home energy rater, meaning he's an expert in home heating efficiency. karl, thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure, richard. >> now, karl, i had a lot of fun playing a home improvement expert on tv, but you're the real deal. we've been trying to make sense of this report from the u.s. department of energy that says half of what people are spending on their home heating could be wasted. can you explain to us what this means? >> sure. the typical home has a furnace with forced-air system. heated
NBC
Oct 22, 2012 10:00pm PDT
after her death, u.s. marshalls showed up at the dive shop. >> david sveum is headed back to the caribbean, he is being held without bail. >> it's almost a miracle that it's happening. >> this time he wouldn't take any chances. he would launch a vigorous defense. he would now have to plan it from his new home. a fortress high up on a bluff facing the ocean, where the view can't be beat but comes at a price no one wants to pay. >> when we come back, a criminal trial begins with some surprising revelations. another diver in the life of david sveum? >> this is the classic motivation? the classic ingredient of 34urd sometimes, the other woman? >> yes. >> when the last dive continues. >>> david swain had spent two years in a small prison cell on the caribbean island of tortola. >> every day when they would let me out, i would walk for that entire time. >> now, swain would finally have his day in court. the charge, murdering his wife, shelley tyre on a scuba dive ten years before. he pleaded not guilty. and with the stakes so much higher this time, criminal not about money, but
NBC
Oct 22, 2012 3:05am EDT
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NBC
Oct 8, 2012 2:00am PDT
request. eight years after her death, u.s. marshals showed up at the dive shop and arrested swain for the murder of shelley tyre. >> david swain is headed back to the caribbean. this is no vacation. >> swain is being held without bail. >> this is miracle this is happening. >> this time swain wouldn't take any chances. he would launch a vigorous defense. but he'd now have to plan it from his new home. a stifling cell in tortola's prison. a fortress high up on a bluff facing the ocean where the view can't be beat but comes at a price no one wants to pay. >>> when we come back, a criminal trial begins with some surprising revelations. another diver in the life of david swain? >> so this is the classic motivation, the classic ingredient of murder sometimes. the other woman. >> yes. >> when "the last dive" continues. [ female announcer ] imagine an air freshener that can instantly make your home fresh and inviting. introducing glade expressions fragrance mist. a squeeze at the neck of the bottle releases a fragrant mist, eliminating odors. light layers of fresh cotton and italian manda
NBC
Oct 11, 2012 10:00pm PDT
. but then he secretly brought it back to the u.s. in small increments and used the money to refurbish the boat. harvey just sucked up all that money. >> all of it. >> reporter: steven, by his own admission, a lousy money manager, trusting, vulnerable after the death of his father was, said detectives, the perfect mark. >> steven was no match for this man at all. >> reporter: nor, apparently, was his wife, debby. >> i was really very much in love with harvey. >> reporter: but as she now began to discover, the man she loved had lied. a house in vail, colorado, which he told her he owned outright actually belonged to someone else. the money she sent him when she went back to work vanished. the auto insurance he told her he bought for her didn't exist. and what he said was a $25,000 diamond ring he slipped on her finger when he proposed, a fake. >> it's cubic zirconium. >> reporter: just who was that man she married and believed she loved? >> i don't think harvey even liked me. you know, love is not only blind. in my instance, it's also deaf and dumb. >> reporter: but devastating as those lies wer
NBC
Oct 26, 2012 10:00pm PDT
. with more than 93,000 people in the u.s. on the waiting list for a kidney, paula has turned to the online classifieds to find a donor. >> it could potentially save my life. so that's the reason why i've gone to the social media, to try to find a donor. >> while looking for a kidney is perfectly legal, selling one is a felony. still, there are plenty of ads online offering kidneys for sale. who would risk arrest, not to mention their health by selling a kidney? we responded to this one. kidney, type a blood. >> how are you? >> and here comes the person who wrote it. >> i'm chris hansen with dateline nbc. she said she did not want to appear on camera. she made it clear it's her unemployment that made her desperate. >> i would donate my kidney to whoever you can find. >> we couldn't make that promise. but she agreed to speak with us openly if we altered her appearance. so we agreed. >> how do you decide to try to sell your kidney? >> i need money. i'm heavily in debt. what way could o i possibly raise some money so that i could eat. >> you think she'd have plenty of choices. an educated woma
NBC
Oct 29, 2012 3:05am EDT
it now more than ever. chevron's putting more than $8 billion dollars back in the u.s. economy this year. in pipes, cement, steel, jobs, energy. we need to get the wheels turning. i'm proud of that. making real things... for real. ...that make a real difference. ♪ for real. ...that make a real difference. music is a universal language. but when i was in an accident... i was worried the health care system spoke a language all its own with unitedhealthcare, i got help that fit my life. information on my phone. connection to doctors who get where i'm from. and tools to estimate what my care may cost. so i never missed a beat. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> back with our roundtable, one of the big pushes in the final nine days is for women. you've seen this across the landscape here, not only in the presidential race, but in the tight senate races as well. we have the latest out of indiana with the candidate there, richard mourdock, talking about rape once again, that it could be god's will and t
Search Results 0 to 10 of about 11 (some duplicates have been removed)